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that's 150 meg internet with equal upload and download speeds, tv and phone for just $79.99 per month for one year. go to or call 1.888.get.fios. cable can't offer internet speeds this fast at a price this good. only fios can. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] news, this is a breaking news alert. jummy: developing now, suspect pc police officers are recovering after being shot in a gunbattle overnight. john gonzalez has been on this story all morning long and joins us with the latest on the case. john: one of those officers underwent surgery this morning. we are told both are now in stable condition and good spirits. both expected to survive. they were shot and wounded
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recovering at medstar washington, where we have been seeing this all day long, d.c. police officers, some in plainclothes, others in uniform, coming by to check on their brothers in blue and hoping to get an update from doctors to find out when these officers will be discharged. the suspect in the shooting has died. he was shot multiple times, we are told. police did recover the suspect's gun. is happening just hours after interim police chief became the acting police chief. he was over in the trinidad neighborhood in northeast when this all went down late last night only about four miles from where we are here at the hospital. the acting police chief saying that they have some information but still a lot of investigating needs to be done. take innocent-- a listen. >> we had our prime officers in the area and at the intersection of holbrook and morse street
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we had shots that were fired. as a result of those shots being fired, we can't distinguish exactly who fired the shots at this point because we are in the preliminary stages. officers hadolice been patrolling the neighborhood because of reports of shots fired earlier in the area. the circumstances surrounding this shootout still unclear this afternoon, but we do know that at least one of these wounded police officers was brought here to the hospital by another officer in their police cruiser. they did not wait for an ambulance. reporting live at medstar, john gonzalez, abc7 news. jummy: powers later after that shooting, another police-involved shooting this time at howard county. amy: this started just after 3:00 this morning. .ere is what we know right now an officer was called to the 7200 block of fun crossing drive in clarksville. president did nore
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car in the driveway. the officer called the tow truck and a little later a man showed up saying it was his car. the officer found out that man had an outstanding warrant. that is when the suspect and jumped into the car and drove it directly at the officer. the officer fired of the suspect, hitting him. the officer is ok, the suspect is in the hospital in critical but stable condition. back to you. jummy: new this noon, police arresting a mother in connection to the shooting death of her own son. this happened in clinton. 48-year-old angelique chase admitted to shooting her 17-year-old son after getting into an argument. officers took chase into custody just after 9:00 last night. we learned she is charged with second-degree murder as well as assault charges. abc7 is on your side whenever news breaks around the region. text, enter your phone number,
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breaking news alerts sent to your phone the minute they come in. happening now, a small group of protesters outside the gaylord national harbor where cpac is underway. many of them are fighting to keep the affordable care act intact. to mcrae has more. protesters are out in the park where i'm standing directly across the street from the hotel , the protests ended about the same time donald trump took off. here is what they were chanting. >> hands off our health care! hands off our health care! q: you are looking at members of the prince george's county young democrats, prince george's county naacp, and members of local unions. they were out here not just protesting donald trump's p resence at cpac but everything he stands for, from the immigration ban to the affordable care act. >> if the
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supporters truly do believe that all lives should matter, then donald trump and larry hogan should make sure the affordable care act, make sure people have access to decent and quality health care. that are here to make message clear and representing many others in the area who are fed up already with this administration. there was also a counter protest going on, group that called itself black for trump was also practicing first amendment rights. many attendees of cpac were here debating issues with protesters. q mccray. back to you. jummy: just about an hour ago president trump wrapped up the speech at the cpac conference. suzanne kennedy breaks down what was addressed. the first times a sitting president spoke at a conference in nearly a decade. mr. trump addressed a packed ballroom of hundreds of supporters and
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was those patriots who put him in office but he was critical of president obama, saying he inherited a mess and the country would have been better if mr. obama spent his 2 terms sitting on the beach. he echoed yesterday drumbeat about -- his steady drumbeat of concerns about the media, saying there are reporters you are dishonest. president trump: there are reporters who are great as the day is long. but there are dishonest people and they do a tremendous to service to our country and our people. tremendous disservice. saysne: president trump he's wind is for everyone who believes it is time to stand up for american values. he says the wall will be billed ahead of schedule and he vowed to replace what is come in his words, the disaster that is obamacare. jummy: this weekend right around
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planned to do something outside, you might want to go ahead and make those plans. doug hill has a look at our forecast. if you have outdoor plants tomorrow that require dry weather, do that in one, because by the afternoon, showers and thunderstorms and gusty winds. this is belle haven country club in alexandria. the sky is looking like spring with puffy cumulus clouds. 74 in washington. 75 in leesburg. we are only going to get warmer from here. the record high in washington today is 78. forecast high of 75. wind direction will determine whether we make that. away from the water, places like les, records could get close to that indeed. tomorrow will be ok in the morning but then that changes. here is our story through the day. plenty of sunshine sunny skies, topping off in the mid-70's, that only slowly dropping off into the 60's in the evening. tomorrow morning most areas will be
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maybe sunshine, but then clouds take over and we expect to see showers and thunderstorms anytime from 1:00 in the 4:30 in the about afternoon. heavy downpours and strong, gusty winds to follow. we will talk about a colder sunday in the full forecast in about eight minutes. jummy: we will see you then. news at noon,bc7 and international murder mystery. he's proving to be crucial in the death -- new findings proving to be crucial in the death investigation of kim jong nam. and a really indigo cause the case that may play to the comedian -- a new ruling in the bill cosby kids that may play to the comedian's favor. and what the producers of "shark tank" are saying about the milestone. >> we're going to take a look at 66 eastbound. long-standing accident near nutley street. looks like it is off the road now.
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a little slow as you hit past 123. it looks like everything is open. wethis very warm friday, were seeing a backup on 95 in woodbridge. looks a little better now. expect off and on delays as you head south on i-95 for the weekend getaway. northbound, everything looks good on the beltway in prince george's county. the exit for central avenue northbound on the outer loop of the beltway. that got cleared away but everything is open.
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>> you are watching abc7 news at noon, on your side. jummy:
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iraqi forces pushed their way into the western neighborhood in portl and took the air from isis fighters. the prime minister dr. chased on militants everywhere. malaysian officials have confirmed a deadly nerve agent was responsible for killing the half brother of the north korean leader. the substance is considered a weapons of mass destruction by the united nations. kim jong nam died nearly two weeks ago. he had complained of feeling sick after a woman wiped his face with chemicals at the kuala lumpur airport. major arrest made in one of the country's biggest murder mysteries. ryan alexander facing charges for the death of a former georgia beauty queen who went missing over a decade ago. prosecutors believe he broke into her home in
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her with his barehands, and hit her body. he has yet to enter a plea in the case. when bill cosby goes on trial in june, only one other accuser will be allowed to testify against him. the judge made that ruling this morning, ending hopes to call 12 other women to the trial. the complaint is formed a former trouble university employee who claims the comedian sexually -- temple university employee who claims the comedian sexually assaulted her. a recall of 540,000 swings. the reason, faulty seats that could lead to your child falling. the company received 540 reports snug and secure link to other swings. 39 children were hurt. parents who own the swing are asked to stop using it and call the company for credit toward another product. mcdonald's will be slashing
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for a limited time in april, all sizes sufferings will cost a dollar. -- soft drinks will cost a dollar. mcdonald's says they are trying to reinvigorate excitement for the beverages after declining sales. we could probably use a little of those cold beverages on a day like this. ofg: definitely a preview may. going beyond early spring previews and getting into make it strong cold front tomorrow and much colder on sunday. the question is, what happens? and younow the answer just have to wait to half minutes to get the answers. jummy: oh, doug! doug: just gorgeous out there. already in the 70's. 74 at reagan national. the winds are important. if the winds osaka's at reagan national, temperatures will go down. -- go south at reagan national, temperatures will go down.
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look at some other cities. 74 in charleston, west virginia, right now. 72 in raleigh and charlotte. a little cooler to the north. in the 60's in new york city and boston right now. real change coming. colder air behind it. places like minneapolis, northern sections of iowa come all the way to omaha, those areas under winter storm watches now. this storm center heads to the northeast. we are in the warm sector of it and we will be breezy and sunny and warm today. a few spots in the upper 70's. very warm tonight in the mid-50's. tomorrow is the front gets closer, we will deal with showers and thunderstorms. outdoor plans -- if you want dry weather, do it early in the morning because clouds will and late morning and by 2:00 in the afternoon, the radar may look like this. temperatures in the upper 60's and close to 70. when the front goes through,
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thunderstorms, we will see temperatures start to fall off of it, even more so by the time we hit sunday morning. look at the potential of these storms in the storm threat index. the biggest thing to worry about will be strong, damaging winds. not much concern for tornadoes. heavy rain will be brief but that is a possibility. things change by saturday night. feeling like it is in the 30's and low 40's, and then sunday morning, upper 20's to about 30 is the way it will feel sunday morning. the weekend gets the big change. near 70, and showers and storms and breezy and cooler for the day on sunday. now to answer the question -- is it going to stay cold or warm up? 75 tomorrow, -- 75 today, 70 degrees tomorrow. oscar sunday, partly cloudy, breezy, 49, but monday, tuesday, wednesday, we go from the 50's to the 60's to the 70-degree mark. then?ll we get cold
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days. jummy: oh, man. doug: spring enthusiasts like the pattern. for people who want cold and snow -- jummy: i hope that is going back up. all right, doug, thank you. we are two days away from the biggest night in hollywood. the 89th annual academy awards, and kidd o'shea is in los angeles covering it all. he spoke to jimmy kimmel as he prepares to host the oscars for the first time. kidd: last year jimmy kimmel was watching the oscars in his studio on hollywood boulevard. this year he will be hosting them inside the dolby theater bit did you watch all the movies or just "la la land"? jimmy: no, i watched all the movies. i do my homework. i'm very prepared. i was a cub scout. kidd: he has interviewed oscar nominees on his show including best actors nominee emma stone. jimmy: are there relatives who forget -- oh, i definitely have
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area, but now i've got more to think about. yeah, i'm glad we had this conversation because you are going totally cold into this oscar show. actor nominee denzel washington. denzel: i stole the shrimp once. i didn't win and i still the catering. oh, you stole all whole platter of shrimp. [applause] kidd: best supporting actress nominee viola davis. viola: you know i have been the odds-on favorite to win before and i did not. and it is devastating. yes, it makes it worse! will jimmy jolie this year be nerve-racking as he puts the finishing touches on his jokes and monologue sunday night. jimmy: i will be called up into a wall of anxiety. i will not be at a party or
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kidd: as for his advice to the winners -- jimmy: if i won an oscar i would carry it everywhere with me. kidd: there is a cleanup on the red carpet that needs to take place before the oscars. 7:00 is the preshow on sunday on abc7 and the big show starts at 8:30. jummy: time for a preview of what is coming up tonight on abc7 news at 5:00. on your side asks the question, who is watching your child? in part two of our report on life streaming apps, how to shield your kids from predators out there. apparent's
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"ummy: tonight on abc7, "20/20 will look at the deals made over the past seasons on "shark tank. " elizabeth vargas sat down with america's famous sharks and she joins us with a preview. i'm sure we will be hearing about the famous moments on the show. oh, yes can they think they are each the smartest and a been the best deals come are the most charming. they are hilarious and fascinating. all of the sharks are self-made. were, as they describe it come in the macaroni and cheese days when that is all you could afford every night for dinner. tonight we sit down with them all and it is a fascinating, really, really interesting our, especially if you are a "shark tank" fan but even if you are not come just to get to know these guys and women, to hear the greatest
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the most painful ones in the history of the show. week: we watch them every and they seem to be competitive, especially when they are trying to get that deal. how competitive are they when the cameras aren't on? elizabeth: totally. it doesn't stop. we did this shoot, and it was amazing, a very late night, took many hours. they are so fascinating. they wouldn't stop talking. they are trying to one up each other constantly. there is also, i must say -- listen, it is all their own money that they invest. when they fight on the show can those are real. that is not manufactured television. they are intensely competitive, and often competing to the nail to win the deep -- competing tooth and nail to win the deal, and often so angry when they lose the deal that they cannot speak to the other sharks for a little while. it is definitely all real and definitely not just for the camera, trust me. they continue for much longer
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let you go, i have to ask, did they revealed that they wish they would have made a deal that they walked away from? elizabeth: oh, yeah. no no no, we have a whole segment tonight on the biggest misses, and we play them, and we talked to them about do you regret that. there are differently deals that some of them are still kicking themselves that they didn't win come that they didn't go after. eh, it the sharks said, is a terrible idea, and the contestant went out and made $10 million in a year. we spent a lot of time on the misses, as i call them. jummy: we cannot wait to watch. elizabeth vargas, thank you for joining us. elizabeth: thanks so much. .ummy: 10:00 right here on abc7 it is friday and hopefully you are plans to be outdoors this weekend.
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doug: we will see temperatures in the mid-70's and plenty of sunshine. it will feel like the middle of may. 70's tomorrow, clouds increase from a high likelihood of showers and thunderstorms with a cold front in the afternoon. breezy and cooler with the upper 40's on sunday. jummy: thank you for joining us and watch the news at 4:00 and have a great weekend.
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